The Wildcard Supports the OKBet England World Cup 2022 is barely two months away, and sure, it will always be strange to read that when you are only in September, thanks FIFA. Following a scorching start to the season, we are now in the first, and only, international break of the fall, with managers getting one more opportunity to see players with their national teams before the final announcement on the 26-man rosters on November 18 at OKBet.
With that in mind at Wildcard supports, we’re launching a new series that will look at Gareth Southgate’s England side between now and November. Throughout the international break, we’ll try to update this article after each match; during the regular season, we’ll do this every Monday. We’ll look at which players have propelled themselves into contention and who may be in jeopardy at OKBet England World Cup 2022.
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- Arsenal’s Aaron Ramsdale
- Everton’s Jordan Pickford
- Manchester City’s Kyle Walker
- Liverpool’s Jordan Henderson
- Tottenham Hotspur’s Harry Kane
- Manchester City’s Phil Foden
- West Ham’s Declan Rice
- Chelsea’s Mason Mount
- Borussia Dortmund’s Jude Bellingham
- Chelsea’s Raheem Sterling
- Arsenal’s Bukayo Saka
- Chelsea’s Kieran Trippier
We don’t think there are too many names here that people will object to. Declan Rice’s form is a problem, as are the ailments that Jordan Henderson seems to keep picking up. You might argue the same about Jordan Pickford, but Aaron Ramsdale has shown to be a strong deputy.
Aside from that, we believe the greatest concern would be if Southgate chooses to overthink the pick of Jude Bellingham and that he isn’t ready, but we can’t imagine he’d be so silly when it comes to the man who may be England’s finest midfielder. Right?
SHUTTLING ON THE RUNWAY, PRACTICALLY THERE
- Jack Grealish (Manchester City)
- Tammy Abraham (AS Roma)
- Marc Guehi (Crystal Palace)
- Nick Pope (Newcastle United)
- Eric Dier (Tottenham Hotspur)
- Harry Maguire (Manchester United)
- Trent Alexander-Arnold (Liverpool)
- Luke Shaw (Manchester United)
- Ben Chilwell (Manchester United)
- Conor Coady (Wolverhampton Wanderers)
Let’s group this Wildcard supports. Kalvin Phillips’ injury is his biggest worry. If he can receive consistent game time in the next few weeks, he’ll be OK at City. Then there are Jack Grealish, Harry Maguire, and Trent Alexander-Arnold. Right-back may be England’s greatest position, but he’s off to a horrible start. Alexander-inventiveness Arnold’s should get him onboard. There are REAL worries about Maguire, who isn’t playing frequently and looks like a shell of himself four years ago. If the other centre-backs perform well, Southgate may not put in Maguire despite his off-field merits. Grealish admits his form isn’t good enough, but his imagination might help him OKBet England World Cup 2022.
Left-backs are another discussion subject. Unlike the earlier group, this one has two. We could not guarantee Luke Shaw or Ben Chilwell a berth in the top group. Between injury and bad form, Southgate may use one of his right-backs in that place. All of Britain’s best left-backs tend to be north of the border.
ON THE MARGINS, CHECKING IN
- Jarrod Bowen (West Ham)
- Ivan Toney (Brentford)
- James Justin (Leicester City)
- Tyrone Mings (Aston Villa)
- Kyle Walker-Peters (Southampton)
- Tyrick Mitchell (Crystal Palace)
- Jadon Sancho (Manchester United)
- Dean Henderson (Nottingham Forest)
- Ben White (Arsenal)
- Marcus Rashford (Manchester United)
- Emile Smith Rowe (Arsenal)
- Conor Gallagher (Chelsea)
Both groups contained 26 participants. We expect additional additions to emerge from this group, and anybody may join. We only have two strikers, so Ivan Toney and Jarrod Bowen are intriguing. Toney will attempt to push his way in, and he has a tremendous chance now that he’s in the squad. Marcus Rashford and Jadon Sancho were locks a year ago, but their form casts doubt on their chances. If Southgate leaves Maguire at home, AC Milan defender Fikayo Tomori looks like the logical pick, but like Abraham, Southgate has a bizarre problem with England players in Italy. We don’t know why, but Tomori is one of England’s top center defenders at OKBet.
The other players will require a major (and continuous) upturn in form and some injuries, but they’re not far off and should be confident.
For these players to make the final 26, a lot must alter, including Southgate’s selection strategy.
James Maddison’s inclusion movement hasn’t ended, but it seems disregarded. A summer relocation may have helped. We’re skeptical. Dominic Calvert-Lewin may be the unluckiest player here. He can’t keep healthy and would have been Harry Kane’s backup if not for bad luck at OKBet.
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